We offer programs in a wide variety of contexts, including schools, colleges and universities; museums and historic sites; congregations and other communities of faith; businesses and non-profit organizations.

Our programs often include our award-winning PBS documentary, Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North. Our staff and people from the film, including members of the DeWolf slave-trading family, are available for public speaking, facilitation, and to lead programs.

For more information about our programs or film screenings, please contact us at

To see upcoming and past screenings of Traces of the Trade, click here.

GENERAL PUBLIC PROGRAMS

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Our programs help students, staff and teachers in elementary, middle and high schools, colleges and universities, explore the history and legacy of race and more effectively address issues of race and identity today.

WORKPLACE TRAININGS ON DIVERSITY, RACE AND PRIVILEGE
For small businesses, corporations, non-profit and community organizations.

We provide personnel with basic or advanced training on issues of race, diversity and privilege, with emphasis on respecting the experiences and perspectives of all participants and increasing sensitivity and mutual understanding.

PUBLIC HISTORY PROGRAMS

FAITH-BASED PROGRAMS


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